Time to take a look at a selection of DVD releases for Tuesday June 19, 2012!
- Keyhole Historical-feel gangster film in the traditional wild atmospheric vibe of director Guy Maddin. Not my favourite Maddin, but did definitely enjoy the atmo and most of the bizarreness. Keyhole stars Jason Patric, Isabella Rossellini and Udo Kier,
- 65_RedRoses (festival review) an amazing and inspiring documentary following a young woman with cystic fibrosis awaiting the call for a double lung transfer.
- Big Miracle based on a true story about a save the whales from the ice around them, and honestly this one even the trailer can make me cry! It stars Drew Barrymore & John Krasinski and from director Ken Kwapis.
- Exit Humanity (Review) a historical chronically of zombie apocalypse set during the US civil war, it certainly delves into the darkness of loss of love, desolation and despair and provides lots of zombie action.
- Jeff, Who Lives at Home comedy starring Jason Segel as a man who doesn't leave home all that often, but has to take the journey. Also stars Ed Helms and Susan Sarandon and directed by Jay Duplass & Mark Duplass.
- TV choices this week including Being Erica Season 4 (Amazon.ca only) starring Erin Karpluk as Erica in her continual journey of self-discovery while re-visiting her how self-history and The Complete First Season of Franklin and Bash starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar & Breckin Meyer.
- Witchslayer Gretl is a B-movie that's definitely on my radar, it stars Shannon Doherty, Paul McGillion, Emilie Ullerup and it looks like a heck of a lot of fun. I'm always up for checking out witch flicks.
- It's very exciting to share that we have not one but two Atom Egoyan films that are being released on BLU-RAY + DVD Combo's with the excellent The Sweet Hereafter and iconic and Exotica (Amazon.ca only)
- The Disco Exorcist Definitely the wild card pick of the week, who can resist that title? Seriously?
- Project X party time for 3 high school guys trying to make a name for themselves, this one I know I'm not the target market for. It stars Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper and Jonathan Daniel Brown.
Titles on Amazon.com (US):